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. this is important. turning heads this morning, anna nicole smith's 6-year-old daughter, dannielynn, following in her mother's footsteps, modeling for guess. we'll hear from her and her dad. >> she looks exactly like anna nicole smith. >> and he looks tired. thank you for getting up with us. >>> we're going to keep you up, though. they're here, the muppets, live. i hear they're taking over the control room. >> on the right side. not the left side. the right side. my left side is pretty good. >> they always take over the control room. >>> first, let's get to sam and the snow making for a nuisance in the rush hour. >> it is a nuisance snow. some folks won't get the snow until the drive home. we begin with the line of moisture, from the gulf coast all the way to southern new england here. with that, there's a little intrusion of cold air. that's where the snow starts to kick out. pennsylvania, southern new england and connecticut. if we line it out, who gets what? if you're in the areas shaded in pink, you're getting two to three inches of snow by the time we get to the evening hours. it's more on your
. they are looking for packages left at front doors. ups saying how you can protect your belongs. nick smith reports from the paid mont police station with the latest on this holiday crime trend. >>reporter: u.p.s. is expected the deliver more than 5 27 million packages over the holiday and fedex is preparing to ship more than 280 million packages to homes across the country. portionally because customers like pam relevant doing more of their shopping on line. >> i was not waiting for my package. but i appreciate ups rippinging the door bell because when they do i come right away. >>reporter: but not everyone can be home when the packages are due to arrive and thieves know it. take a look at this fremont police are still working to identify a woman who stole a package from this home in the middle of the day. the homeowner want there at the time but was able to capture the entire incident on this home surveillance system. this is how it all went down. when the ups driver deliver the package an alert sent ought owner smart phone but only minutes later there was a second alert. >> that basicall
schools have lost their after school programs. so last night, we had a presentation by mala lou smith the director of ex-cell after school programs and we learned about the funding source and why some of the funding no longer exists. we also gave her recommendations for programs and how youth can be engaged in this election of activities and effective credit recovery options. >> thank you, very much. >> okay. let's move on to the next item which is item e, parent advisory council, pac report. representative? and it is ruth, again. >> we are going to milk this last week. >> this is my last report to the board as the parent of the advisory council. kind of really flowing from what the student advisory council was just talking about, one of the pac's priorities is addressing the issue of high school graduation requirements and especially just looking at where the students who are in 11th grade right now who are the first students to have to meet the athrough g requirements where they are at. first of all the pac is very concerned about the number of students who are not on track to gradu
the early lead. while he was doing the chest bump, a completely different reaction from alex smith. the saints respond with a 10- play drive that win 80 yards, brees to thomas. now, the 49ers make a mistake in the 2nd quarter. now, back for the punt. he fumbles it and the saints, reggie bush, remember him? recovers it. two plays later. drew brees makes the 49erss pay. they take the he'd and then, now -- the lead and then he puts a towel over his head. now, very late. a bad snap, making a bad though. coming down with the interception. so, instead drew brees gives it back and then some. brooks comes down with it and all of the way house for the pick sáeubs. that that was that not the may of the gape. tied it. collin finds him. in for the touchdown. 49ers take a 21-the lead. then, brees makes another mistake. a little too high here. into the arms of the other team. goes back 40 yards for the score. 49ers defense shut brees down. the sack, san francisco sacked him five times. neworleans goes down to the 49ers 31-21 is the final. now, stay in the west here, things are getting wet from
nicole smith's modeling legacy actually lives on. coming up, see her young daughter in a starring role. and if you are leaving the house right now you can watch us any time on your desk top, on your mobile phone, just go to cnn.com/tv. [ male announcer ] can a car be built around a state of mind? ♪ announcing the all-new 2013 malibu from chevrolet. ♪ with a remarkable new interior featuring the available chevrolet mylink infotainment system. this is where sophisticated styling begins. and where it ends? that's up to you. it's here -- the greatest malibu ever. ♪ part of a whole new line of tablets from dell. it's changing the conversation. ♪ but when i was in an accident... i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. so i never missed a beat. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no
nicole smith's little girl is modeling for the clothing brand guess just like her mother did. we'll have more on that story. >>> we're also going to tell you about a recent health scare for oprah winfrey. >> we want to begin with cyber monday, big success. diana alvear is live from phoenix at the amazon.com fulfillment center. good morning to you. >> reporter: lots of happy faces on the floor this morning. now that it's clear the consumers were out in full force, shopping with their laptops, their devices, turning amaz amazon.com into their top online destination. whether you were shopping from home or on the go, cyber monday seems to have been a monster success. >> we should see somewhere around $1.5 billion of spending by consumers online. >> reporter: game-changer this year, smartphones, tablets and other devices. ibm's research estimates the number of shoppers using mobile devices on cyber monday grew more than 20% over last year. that very convenience could cost brick and mortar retailers. it's called showrooming. consumers look at products they want, perhaps even test them out, all
influential idea of adam smith that markets would read to the efficiency of the economy. and ken arrow was the person who actually proved, the circumstances under which it was correct. so anybody who talked about the wonders of the free market, he was the one who actually showed that adam smith was right. but in showing he was right, he also understood that it was only right under very restricted conditions, and the healthcare sector was one condition in which it was never right, and similar to my own work on economics of asymmetric information -- >> core understanding. >> what it showed is the reasonable the invisible hand seems invisible is that it's not there. and this gesture is a real case on point. >> just to add, all abstract reasoning, but thenk at reality and it's overwhelming. the -- looking across countries can the united states has the most market oriented healthcare system and the most expensive without getting better results. >> we're ranked 37th in the world in the world health organization in terms of quality. >> within the united states, although medicare is very expen
alicia keys. first to "dancing with the stars." we have an all female final. rachel smith went behind the scenes for a last-minute look at who could go all the way. >> reporter: "dancing with the stars" makes history tonight. >> girl power. >> the final three, it's all women. the three girls who are really intense, really competitive. >> reporter: shawn johnson will quick step. kelly monaco will dance the paso doble. and melissa rycroft will samba. he's never won a trophied and wondered. >> because they are coming in, they may feel the pressure to defend themselves more. >> reporter: the other freestyle dances are top secret until tonight. although "good morning america" saw them eyeing their competition during rehearsal. you actually said that shawn is the one to beat. >> shawn's tough. she goes in and she nails it. >> reporter: the retired olympic gymnast will be cheered by this year's gold medalists. >> my five teammates actually arrived last night. >> they're going to be in the audience and watching and supporting this girl. ♪ >> people have been clearly speculating about you. a
name been smith instead of bush, i think a lot of people would have been wondering why he didn't run this time around. i think he's a formidable competitor. >> you bring up a really good point here. if you're a democrat, you're saying sure, give us another bush to run against because we think the bush name is somewhat poison right now, maria, but, but, jeb bush is fluent in spanish. he's married to a woman who grew up in mexico. he has strong ties in a big state with a big latino vote. this is the kind of guy that could put democrats on the defensive. >> he would give us a whole lot more competition than mitt romney did, but that's not saying much. jeb bush absolutely i think is a tremendous leader when it comes to the issues that are important to latinos for example, immigration and education. he's got a very good name i.d. among latino voters. he does have a mexican wife, is fluent in spanish. is very comfortable, the same way his brother is, around latinos. but i think the problem for jeb bush is absolutely his name sake. his legacy. and you know, i know that a lot of people might
direct are of wealth management from morgan stanley smith barney. let's talk about the bottom line here. a middle class family of four, why should they worry? why should a family liking that worry about the fiscal cliff? >> a family in arkansas that makes $55,000 a year will pay $3,000 more a year in taxes if it's fully implemented. that's a pretty big amount of money for an average family to absorb in a year. it slows the economy and ripples through all parts of the united states. we don't think it's going to happen fully. if it were, it would be pretty devastating to the u.s. economy. >> that is a lot of money for these families. but is everyone affected by this? >> yes 121 million taxpayers, 90% of america is affected. the lowest tax bracket goes from 10% to 15%. that's a pretty big rise. >> businesses certainly watching the cliff closely. how would it affect american business if we did go over it? >> we think we would flirt with recession. probably 1% off the gdp would come from it. it would cause unemployment to go higher which would hurt the nation. so goes business so goes americ
years old for a lock smith. >> for a lock smith. i was too young to have a work permit at the time but they let me sweep the floors and answer the phones. while i was doing that i was watching the lock smith learning the tricks of the trade. >> what is this over here? >> all of my escapes happen within fuel view of the audience. i slightly obscure what the audience can see so the audience can see but not see what i am doing. >> it's free admission to the houdini museum across from madison square garden. >> we want to get you in position for your trick. >> these are real handcuffs you should not be able to get out of these. >> i am using the skills of a magician, a lock smith and contortionist. >> one minute on the screen right now. do we have one minute on the screen. >> very good. >> all right. >> one minute. 3, 2, 1, go. >> alley is holding the keys. >> even houdini would be impressed right now. >> roger what are we seeing here with thomas. what is he attempting to do? he is trying to perform the unbelievable. that's one. that's a difficult handcuff. >> doesn't look like he is go
where 49er quarterback kaepernick got a start against the saints even though smith was okayed to play. alex cannot be happy about this, but he is being a good soldier. 9ers on the board first. a little option and 7-yard td run. and then drew brees says i've got game too. club record 56 touchdown catch. 14-7 saints. breeze three td passes. then the defense came alive. under a minute to go and brooks pick six and 50 yards and his first career touchdown and tied at 14 at the half. let's go to the third quarter. finds frank gore and his first td catch of the year. you know that is worth a little dance. niners are up by seven. he lays him out. he goes 42 yards. three touchdowns and in a span of three minutes and 52 seconds and first time they had two pick six's. that's a huge road win 31-21 your final. >> my teammates always supported me. they were great. they were a huge reason i was able to go out and play as well as i have. they have always been behind me and telling me to key working. we will get touchdowns. >> colin played well. again in a toughen environment he did a great job with m
, to the nfl where 49er quarterback kaepernick got a start against the saints even though smith was okayed to play. alex cannot be happy about this, but he is being a good soldier. 9ers on the board first. a little option and 7-yard td run. and then drew brees says i've got game too. club record 56 touchdown catch. 14-7 saints. breeze three td passes. then the defense came alive. under a minute to go and brooks pick six and 50 yards and his first career touchdown and tied at 14 at the half. let's go to the third quarter. finds frank gore and his first td catch of the year. you know that is worth a little dance. niners are up by seven. he lays him out. he goes 42 yards. three touchdowns and in a span of three minutes and 52 seconds and first time they had two pick six's. that's a huge road win 31-21 your final. >> my teammates always supported me. they were great. they were a huge reason i was able to go out and play as well as i have. they have always been behind me and telling me to key working. we will get touchdowns. >> colin played well. again in a toughen environment he did a great jo
a hit on nbc besides us. >> crazy. >> that's supposed to be funny. >>> so anna nicole smith's daughter is now 6 years old. . annie lynn. >> i can't believe she's 6. >> they didn't know who the daddy was, all of that. she's now the newest face of guess kids. her mom was a famous guess model. the campaign kicks off in january. the father is photographer larry burkhead. i think this is just to be a tribute to her mom, but we'll see. >> anyway, so she's been modeling a little bit, so we'll take a look. ♪ >> cute. >> adorable. oh, she's got her mom's smile. wow, she has her mom's smile. >> she does. >> it's almost uncanny, she's adorable. >> anyway by wish that little girl well. >>> speaking of interesting models, this is an unlikely model. a chinese grandfather, he's 72 years old. i guess his granddaughter started a clothing line and while she was having friends over, he decided he was going to try on a jacket, it looked good, everyone laughed. he put on another one. ultimately he's the face of her clothing line. let's see how grandpa looks. >> that's grandpa? >> are you kidding? >> i wi
about the wonders of the free-market free-market, he shielded added smith and also understood he was only right under very restrictive conditions. in the health care sector was never right. and my on were put the reason the invisible hand sphinxes invisible is it is not there. [laughter] but just to add them with follow the same system on outbidding better results. >> breaking face seven. >> daewoo cotte talk a run across control and the more successful ad. >> of veterans health administration actually a the doctors are government employees. >> you did a calculation showing if we had a health care system that was as efficient we would have no deficit given the baby boom. >> >> it is actually called medicare. with the supreme act the of of, so all of these same of, so all of these same this but our budget problems will be done. >> cell it better dismantle. it is incredible. it is a rejection of theory and evidence. [laughter] that is pretty impressive. >> host: look at the interface between medical costs and the budget. the idea we have to have commissions like bowles simpson with
our military afford it? joining me is representative smith. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> assume for a moment that nothing changes and these budgets cuts go into effect. what does that look like for our national security and budget? >> it's a big cut. it's a mindless cut. there's no ability to do any sort of strategic planning. i think the defense department can take some reductions. it's part of a budget deal. we can reduce the amount of the money that we're spending but to do it through sequestration, a cut right now, mindless across the board will really hamper our national security. no question. >> you talk about the ability to make some cuts and leon panetta has suggested that being a toletoll tolerable cut. >> we have big weapon systems that have gone over budget, lasted longer. but also we had troops deployed. we are out of iraq. there are savings to be found in our ground forces and a have a right of weapon systems. >> you have to look at these things on a microlevel just in your home state of washington, joint base lewis-mcchord, we found it would cost your home state 17
. and smith i think the biggest problem is the flip side. -- i think the biggest problem is the flip side. that is driving the fact we have financial problems. that is driving the in the quality problems. -- that any quality problems. we are going to younever fixed n the quality problem if we do not get ahead of it. >> i think there are a lot of things to focus on. to me there are many issues. there is one that is central. this country was a startup. it has grown to be the leader of the free world on the backs of not just the patriots but entrepreneurs who took risks are not just companies but entire industries, and we need to build on five. other countries have gotten much more focused on of entrepreneurship. they are saving -- changing their policy around capital investment and research to drive more of the ideation side of it. we are seeing a globalization. we are still the leader, and we can build on it. >> is there evidence? >> it is based on where the entrepreneurship is coming, but other countries are stepping up. the venture from the fact facebook, a decade ago they were in silico
of the south carolina. we will see adam smith from washington and a ban affleck who directed "argo." on me to the press, carl levin, peter king, and gregory meeks. we will also see the chairman and chief executive of honeywell international. our next call joining us on the independent line. we have pat from tennessee. caller: you made the statement a few minutes ago, exactly my thought. when you have senators and representatives of their in congress, then they are representing the states. that is how the states have a say in the budget talks. i noticed a while back they talked about reducing your marks. that is when they put things in that they want to add to the budget, things that the one for the states. that is how they are represented already. thank you. host: thank you. what you were quoting was eight tweet that came in that said states already have a say by sending members to the house and senate. democrats line. caller: i think today pose the question is interesting. this was one of the first questions addressed by congress back in the summer of 1787 at the constitutional convention
was moderated by ben smith. from los angeles, this is about an hour and 15 minutes. [applause] >> thank you for turning up for this. it is an honor to be here. anyone who has been uncovering policy in new york kind of feels entertainment industry has this enormous power in politics and public policy, and also as a dark matter out there. we do not fully understand how it is affecting and changing what happens on the east coast. we have a remarkable panel of longtime leaders in that industry to help explain that to me and to you. one regret -- he apologizes for not being able to be here with us. he is working on the next "avatar" script. i will bring out the panel. the first person is arnold schwarzenegger. [applause] he is our host today. he is somebody who uniquely came from the entertainment industry and into politics. he is at the intersection of those things. he is extremely active in things like this. he will be starring in a new movie called "last call." the next person is ron meyer, president of universal since 1995. [applause] he is someone who has seen the industry whether the techn
mckeon and ranking member adam smith for putting this provision in the defense authorization bill that is now pending. this bill will be considered, i suppose new york conference by the house and the senate. it is in the house bill. we regret it is not in the senate bill and so the delegates and i have come to the floor to ask that the senate follow the lead of the house. -- of the house on this matter of common courtesy and respect. delegate sablan's provision in the house-passed bill simply requires that the flags of the territories and of the district of colombia be respected when the armed services chooses to honor the flags of the states. i have in addition written a letter to the president asking for a presidential memorandum can directing all federal agencies to do the same. i regret to report that the army alone recognizes the d.c. flag and the flags of the territory as a matter of policy and i want to give one example that i think will make the house understand why this is so important to us. a mother wrote me of having attended the graduation of her son from the naval st
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